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OFAS checked prices for vegetables in retail chains of Primorye

OFAS checked prices for vegetables in retail chains of Primorye
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Specialists of the antimonopoly service have completed verification of pricing for vegetable products in the retail chains of the Primorsky Territory and have not found any violations. According to them, product margins have not changed and, as before, make up from 5 to 20%.

The results of the audit were told in the press service of the regional government. The entire pricing chain, shipping documents and trade allowance were analyzed. The Samberi network has three wholesale distribution centers in Khabarovsk and Artem. Vegetables arrive at stores regularly, so there is no shortage now. The cost of cucumbers starts from 200 rubles per kg, the cost of tomatoes - from 190 rubles.

In the supermarket "Remi" cucumbers cost from 240 rubles, and tomatoes from 212 rubles per kg. Higher prices for vegetables from Uzbekistan, Israel, South Korea. However, the markup is still within the normal range. Neither department nor local authorities can influence it.

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